• Using Vegetated Compost Blankets to Achieve Highway Runoff Volume and Pollutant Reduction (Co-Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation)
  • Filtration of Recycled Materials with Geotextiles (Private Industry)
  • Clogging and Drainage Performance of Three-Dimensional Filters in Retaining Walls (Private Industry)
  • Enhancing Phosphorus Removal in Permeable Paving (Paver Guide, MIPS)
  • Hydraulic Compatibility of Geotextile-Compost Systems in Landfill Covers (Geosynthetic Institute)
  • Recycled Material Availability in Maryland (Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation /Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Environmental Behavior of Dredged Sediment Mixes in Highway Slope Applications (Principal Investigator, Maryland Port Authority)
  • Quarry Fines-Amended Baltimore Dredge Sediments as Potential Highway Embankment Materials (Principal Investigator, Maryland Port Authority)
  • Use of Compost to Establish Permanent Vegetation (Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation /Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • High Volume of RAP Use in Maryland Highways (Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation)
  • Hydraulic and Environmental Behavior of Roadway Millings in Highway Shoulders (Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation /Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Quantification of System-wide Life Cycle Benefits of Recycled Materials in Highways (Principal Investigator, US Department of Transportation)
  • Clogging Behavior of Recycled Concrete Aggregate-Geotexile Systems (Principal Investigator, Geosynthetic Institute)
  • Use of Recycled Materials as Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Retaining Wall Reinforced Backfills (Co-Principal Investigator, FHWA/Virginia Department of Transportation Highway Administration)
  • Image Processing and Preservation for Maryland Highways (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • MRI-Acquisition of Analytical Instrumentation to Support an Urban Environmental Resiliency Initiative (Clark School, University of Maryland)
  • Evaluation of Use of Recycled Concrete as an Additive to Subbase/Base Coarse Material (Co-Principal Investigator, FHWA/Virginia Department of Transportation Highway Administration)
  • GIS-Based Digital Preservation of Highway Soil Map (Principal Investigator, Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Environmental Suitability of Recycled Concrete Aggregates in Highways (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • High-Level Digital Image Processing and Preservation for Right-of Way Imagery (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Geotechnical and Environmental Impacts of Steel Slag Use in Highway Construction (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Development of Design Guidelines for Proper Selection of Graded Aggregate Base in Highways (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Geoenvironmental Impacts of Using High Carbon Fly Ash in Structural Fill Applications (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Release of Inorganic Contaminants from Coal Combustion By-Product-Amended Soils during Highway Construction (Principal Investigator, Federal Highway Administration Recycled Materials Resource Center)
  • Soil Slope Failure Investigation Management System (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Geosynthetic Filters for First Flush Water Quality Improvement of Urban Stormwater Runoff (Co-Principal Investigator, Tate, Inc.)
  • Evaluation of Leaching Protocols for Testing of Coal-Combustion By-Products (Principal Investigator, Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
  • Innovative Uses of Coal Fly Ash in Construction Applications (Principal Investigator, Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
  • Biologically Driven Soil Improvement (Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation)
  • Beneficial Reuse of Baltimore Harbor Dredgings and Effects on the Chesapeake Bay (Principal Investigator, U.S. Geological Survey/ Maryland Water Resources Research Center)
  • High Carbon Content Fly Ash in Remediation of Contaminated Soils (Principal Investigator, Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
  • Modeling Permeability of Asphalt Pavements (Principal Investigator, U.S. Department of Transportation)
  • Suitability of Fly Ash/Cement /Soil Mixture as a Highway Base Material (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Environmental Suitability of Stabilized Petroleum Contaminated Soils (Principal Investigator, FHWA/Maryland State Highway Administration)
  • Beneficial Reuse of Waste Leaf Compost as a Landfill Cover Material (Principal Investigator, City of College Park/University of Maryland)
  • Use of Cellular Confinement Systems in Airfield Pavement Structures (Principal Investigator, Miratech, Inc./Minta Martin Fund)